This stunning development in Graham Street comprises three distinctive structures that combine with existing buildings to form a development that is diverse in terms of age, scale, materials and form
A major regeneration project, which involved both Harris and City Wharves, the freehold of which was owned by British Waterways.
Harris Wharf Development Co Ltd (HWDC), a 50:50 joint venture between Groveworld and PTE Architects, was formed and a development agreement was signed with British Waterways
HWDC was charged with obtaining planning permission, the construction of the site, marketing as well as selling the apartments. British Waterways retained some of the apartments and commercial space as part of deal
YNH Awards 2004
Best Waterside Development
National Homebuilder Design Awards 2004
Best use of a Brownfield Site
Islington Society Architecture & Conservation Award 2006
A luxury waterside development in the heart of Islington that has already become a landmark in an area notably fussy about new architecture.The Independent
85 Individually styled one, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses sitting along the City Road Basin on the Regent's Canal lstington N1
The 31-storey Canaletto building sits at the crossroads of the capital's most exciting and diverse districts such as Islington, City, Shoreditch and Clerkenwell.